Time Baby v14

PSP - Image 1If you thought that we’ve seen the last of Time Baby, then think again – homebrew developer Art has just rolled out a new version of the time-keeping homebrew for the Sony PSP, and this one has a new feature that’s as awesome as it is convenient. Waking up will never be the same again. Check out all the details in the full article, if you think you’re ready for it.

Download: Time Baby v14
Visit: QJ.NET’s PSP Development Forums

Time Baby - Image 1

If you’re one of the many who found Time Baby and its various incarnations to be absurdly handy as a time-keeping homebrew application for your Sony PlayStation Portable, then get ready to fall in love with it again as Art has just rolled out yet another version of it. Thought that the last one was the final one, eh?

This time, the main draw is that you can use the alarm function to trigger the transmission of an infrared code that would then make your TV or HiFi spring to life. It’s just like setting them on alarm mode, but in this case, your Sony PSP does it for you! Awesome? Yes, awesome.

Same old drill, here. Here’s the changelog for version 14:

  • Implemented alarm activated Pronto infrared remote control feature provided by AhMan.
  • Small change so the TRIANGLE button toggles the Sunset time monitor in the Sunrise/set subdisplay mode.
  • Program now checks for free space on Memory Stick prior to writing program support files on first use.
  • Added secret intro skip method for Memory Stick donators which can be saved with user configuration.

As always, be sure to read the readme files included in the downloadable archive if you’re not too sure about installation or use. Enjoy!

Download: Time Baby v14
Visit: QJ.NET’s PSP Development Forums

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